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What are the most expensive ski resorts in Europe?

Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

Nestled in the heart of the Dolomites, the Italian ski resort Cortina d’Ampezzo offers a large 120km ski area with no less than 27 ski lifts for all levels. The day pass costs on average 70 euros and for accommodation, the median price varies between 97 and 278 euros per night.

Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Austria

Obergurgl-Hochgurgl is the second most expensive ski resort in Europe. Hidden in the Austrian Alps, Obergurgl-Hochgurgl offers no less than 108km of ski area with free wifi, a snow park and an eight-kilometer fully lit cross-country ski trail. At more than 3,000 meters above sea level, the Austrian resort offers panoramic views of the highest peaks of the Ötztal Alps and the Dolomites. Budget-wise, count on average 70 euros for the daily ski pass and for accommodation you will have to pay between 139 and 229 euros per night.

Zermatt, Switzerland

Head to Switzerland for the third most expensive ski resort in Europe. In Zermatt, enjoy 322km of ski area with more than fifty ski lifts with an altitude of up to 3800 meters. Overnight accommodation costs on average between 135 and 190 euros, depending on the season, and the ski pass amount for the day is priced at 88 euros.

Hintertux Glacier, Austria

Return to Austria to the Hintertux Glacier area, open all year round, and offering 60km of ski slopes. For your daily package and overnight stay in accommodation, count on average 224 euros.

Gitschberg Jochtal, Italy

The Italian ski resort Gitschberg Jochtal, located in the province of South Tyrol, provides a more modest 55km ski area and 15 lifts for snow lovers, whether on skis or snowboards. The night in resort accommodation and the daily pass will cost you an average price of 221 euros.

Madonna di Campiglio, Italy

Still in Italy, management of the Madonna di Campiglio estate, in the province of Trento, in northern Italy. There, you can enjoy the 60km ski area in an idyllic setting. Budget-wise, count on a total of 217 euros for your daily ski pass and one night in resort accommodation.

3 Zinnen Dolomites, Italy

Seventh in the ranking, the 3 Zinnen Dolomites ski area offers no less than 175km of slopes suitable for professionals and beginners alike. The price: 211 euros for the daily pass and the night.

Val Gardena (Gröden), Italy

The Dolomites once again offer a beautiful ski resort with the Val Gardena area. 175km of ski area for lovers of good snow and thrills. You will have to pay a little more than 200 euros for your night in accommodation and your ski pass for a day.

Verbier/La Tzoumaz, Switzerland

Located in the heart of Valais, the La Tzoumaz resort offers different activities to enjoy the 200km of snow-covered slopes: skiing, snowboarding, hiking, tobogganing, paragliding, cross-country skiing, etc. One night in accommodation and the package will cost you 197 euros, which makes it the cheapest resort in this top 10 in terms of cost per km of track.

Kitzbühel/Kirchberg/KitzSki, Austria

Finally, here is the tenth and last resort in this ranking of the most expensive ski areas in Europe. Head to Austria, in the Kitzbühel region where sports enthusiasts, whether skiing or snowboarding, will be able to enjoy 188km of slopes. For the budget, you will have to pay a total of 197 euros for your night in accommodation and your daily pass.

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